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Lucy: The Life of Lucille Ball - Higham, Charles
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2008, ISBN: 9780312500047

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Don Mills, ON, Canada: Stoddart Publishing, 2000. 185 pp. ".the true-to life adventures of Margaret and her wise-cracking son, stories filled with laughter and enduring affection." Softcver has very min wear. No creases. No former owner's name. Text is clean, secure and unmarked.. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8 x 5., Stoddart Publishing, 2000, Artcraft Press, 1973. VG- in wraps. SIGNED/INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR TITLE PAGE. Bit of rubbing/edgewear; starting to crack at center, else near fine. 000012270, Artcraft Press, 1973, London: Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1949. Fourth volume of the author's autobiography. 380pp, illustrated with 24 black and white photographs and endpapers decorated with the author's handprints. Gilt emblem to front board and gilt lettering to black title label on spine. Top edges tinted. Spine slightly slanted, some bumping at top and bottom of spine and left hinge starting to crack, otherwise very good copy with no inscriptions. Unclipped DJ darkened to spine with some edgewear, tears to edges and loss at top and bottom of spine.. Red Cloth Boards. Very Good/Poor. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Macmillan & Co Ltd, 1949, Uk: William Morrow, 2008. red boards, some very minor shelf wear, jacket has some minot shelf wear, but otherwise the book looks as new, seen worse in the leading book shops! a very good tight clean copy. a Vicky Bliss novel of suspense..... has someone really stolen King Tut? everyone points the finger at Vickys friend and lover Sir john Smythe..... but he insists he is innocent, so just who did the deed? a cracking mystery story with a well detailed romp through the Valley of the Kings. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good., William Morrow, 2008, New York: St Martin's Press, 1986. 261 Pages Indexed. Dark gray boards with orange quarter spine and black lettering. Dust jacket price $17.95 is unclipped. Lucille Ball is truly a television pioneer and comedian who never cracked a smile, even while her audiences howled with laughter. This was the essence of her comedy, but what those audiences didn't know was that her deadpan delivery reflected her personality in real life. She was an unlikely candidate to become the country's most famous comedienne. She was a dreamy-eyed and easily frightened child. Her father died of typhoid fever whn she was three years old, and she later became the victim of her stepfather's parents, who would literally chain her to a leash in the backyard. Fantasies of a glamorous life in show business were her escape. Fiercely determined to become an actdress, Lucy finaly achieved her goal when a job at a modeling agency led to a small part in a Broadway play, and then to a Hollywood contract. Although she played opposite such stars as Bob Hope and William Holden, her film career was less than distinguished, and Lucy did not find true stardom until she was cast as a zany housewife in the radio series My Favorite Husband. In an unprecedented move, she and her bridegroom, Desi Arnaz, put togdether a television pilot virtually on their own, and invented the modern situation comedy and the most popular show in television history. Even today I Love Lucy is syndicated all over the world, and new audiences are discovering the charm of Lucy's slapstick antics. In this startling and revealing biography, literary detective Charles Higham uncovers Lucille Ball's life through I Love Lucy and beyond. Higham candidly treats her stormy relationship with Desi, her investigation by the Un-American Activities Committee, her overzealous perfectionism both on the set and off. The author shows the complex character of Lucille ball in a new light. Here is a Lucy leading a life that, unlike her many television shows, has moments of despair as well as laughter. . First Edition First Printing Stated. Hard Back. As New/Very Good. 6" x 9 1/2"., St Martin's Press, 1986

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[EAN: 9780312500047], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: St Martin's Press, New York], TELEVISION BALL LUCILLE 1911 1989 BIOGRAPHY, Biography & Autobiography|Entertainment & Performing Arts, Biography & Autobiography|General, Jacket, 261 Pages Indexed. Dark gray boards with orange quarter spine and black lettering. Dust jacket price $17.95 is unclipped. Lucille Ball is truly a television pioneer and comedian who never cracked a smile, even while her audiences howled with laughter. This was the essence of her comedy, but what those audiences didn't know was that her deadpan delivery reflected her personality in real life. She was an unlikely candidate to become the country's most famous comedienne. She was a dreamy-eyed and easily frightened child. Her father died of typhoid fever whn she was three years old, and she later became the victim of her stepfather's parents, who would literally chain her to a leash in the backyard. Fantasies of a glamorous life in show business were her escape. Fiercely determined to become an actdress, Lucy finaly achieved her goal when a job at a modeling agency led to a small part in a Broadway play, and then to a Hollywood contract. Although she played opposite such stars as Bob Hope and William Holden, her film career was less than distinguished, and Lucy did not find true stardom until she was cast as a zany housewife in the radio series My Favorite Husband. In an unprecedented move, she and her bridegroom, Desi Arnaz, put togdether a television pilot virtually on their own, and invented the modern situation comedy and the most popular show in television history. Even today I Love Lucy is syndicated all over the world, and new audiences are discovering the charm of Lucy's slapstick antics. In this startling and revealing biography, literary detective Charles Higham uncovers Lucille Ball's life through I Love Lucy and beyond. Higham candidly treats her stormy relationship with Desi, her investigation by the Un-American Activities Committee, her overzealous perfectionism both on the set and off. The author shows the complex character of Lucille ball in a new light. Here is a Lucy leading a life that, unlike her many television shows, has moments of despair as well as laughter. Size: 6" x 9 1/2"

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[EAN: 9780312500047], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: St Martin's Press, New York], TELEVISION BALL LUCILLE 1911 1989 BIOGRAPHY, Biography & Autobiography|Entertainment & Performing Arts, Biography & Autobiography|General, Jacket, 261 Pages Indexed. Dark gray boards with orange quarter spine and black lettering. Dust jacket price $17.95 is unclipped. Lucille Ball is truly a television pioneer and comedian who never cracked a smile, even while her audiences howled with laughter. This was the essence of her comedy, but what those audiences didn't know was that her deadpan delivery reflected her personality in real life. She was an unlikely candidate to become the country's most famous comedienne. She was a dreamy-eyed and easily frightened child. Her father died of typhoid fever whn she was three years old, and she later became the victim of her stepfather's parents, who would literally chain her to a leash in the backyard. Fantasies of a glamorous life in show business were her escape. Fiercely determined to become an actdress, Lucy finaly achieved her goal when a job at a modeling agency led to a small part in a Broadway play, and then to a Hollywood contract. Although she played opposite such stars as Bob Hope and William Holden, her film career was less than distinguished, and Lucy did not find true stardom until she was cast as a zany housewife in the radio series My Favorite Husband. In an unprecedented move, she and her bridegroom, Desi Arnaz, put togdether a television pilot virtually on their own, and invented the modern situation comedy and the most popular show in television history. Even today I Love Lucy is syndicated all over the world, and new audiences are discovering the charm of Lucy's slapstick antics. In this startling and revealing biography, literary detective Charles Higham uncovers Lucille Ball's life through I Love Lucy and beyond. Higham candidly treats her stormy relationship with Desi, her investigation by the Un-American Activities Committee, her overzealous perfectionism both on the set and off. The author shows the complex character of Lucille ball in a new light. Here is a Lucy leading a life that, unlike her many television shows, has moments of despair as well as laughter. Size: 6" x 9 1/2"

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New York: St Martin's Press, 1986. 261 Pages Indexed. Dark gray boards with orange quarter spine and black lettering. Dust jacket price $17.95 is unclipped. Lucille Ball is truly a television pioneer and comedian who never cracked a smile, even while her audiences howled with laughter. This was the essence of her comedy, but what those audiences didn't know was that her deadpan delivery reflected her personality in real life. She was an unlikely candidate to become the country's most famous comedienne. She was a dreamy-eyed and easily frightened child. Her father died of typhoid fever whn she was three years old, and she later became the victim of her stepfather's parents, who would literally chain her to a leash in the backyard. Fantasies of a glamorous life in show business were her escape. Fiercely determined to become an actdress, Lucy finaly achieved her goal when a job at a modeling agency led to a small part in a Broadway play, and then to a Hollywood contract. Although she played opposite such stars as Bob Hope and William Holden, her film career was less than distinguished, and Lucy did not find true stardom until she was cast as a zany housewife in the radio series My Favorite Husband. In an unprecedented move, she and her bridegroom, Desi Arnaz, put togdether a television pilot virtually on their own, and invented the modern situation comedy and the most popular show in television history. Even today I Love Lucy is syndicated all over the world, and new audiences are discovering the charm of Lucy's slapstick antics. In this startling and revealing biography, literary detective Charles Higham uncovers Lucille Ball's life through I Love Lucy and beyond. Higham candidly treats her stormy relationship with Desi, her investigation by the Un-American Activities Committee, her overzealous perfectionism both on the set and off. The author shows the complex character of Lucille ball in a new light. Here is a Lucy leading a life that, unlike her many television shows, has moments of despair as well as laughter. . First Edition First Printing Stated. Hard Back. As New/Very Good. 6" x 9 1/2"., St Martin's Press, 1986

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Lucy: The Life of Lucille Ball
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Higham, Charles

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Lucy: The Life of Lucille Ball

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An exceptional copy; fine in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new. ; 261 pages; Description: viii, 261 p. , [16] p. Of plates : ill. ; 24 cm. Subjects: Ball, Lucille (1911-1989) . Comedians/Entertainers --United States --Biography.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780312500047
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0312500041
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Publishing year: 1986
Publisher: St Martins Pr

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ISBN/EAN: 0312500041

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